Our OCP Java 11 1Z0-815 book is out and already a best seller

Our OCP Java 11 1Z0-815 book has printed. And it’s already a best seller in Oracle Certification. I wonder if last week’s CodeRanch book promo helped?

Rounding out the top three are our Java 8 cert books.

Even thought this is our fourth book, I’m still excited to hold it. The physical book makes it feel real!

It’s also fun to get a box of books. These won’t be in my house for long! I’ve already “allocated” who they are going to.

Win a Free Copy of Our New Java 11 OCP Book!

This week only, CodeRanch.com is hosting a book promotion for our new book: Java OCP 11 Programmer I Study Guide. The book will be released this month and is available for preorder on Amazon.com, Barnes and Nobles, and Wiley Publishing.

The giveaway starts today, November 19th, 2019 with the drawing on Friday, November 15, 2019.

The promotion will be held in the Programmer Certification (OCPJP) forum which can be found here: https://coderanch.com/f/24/

Simply post a question to the authors (Jeanne and Scott) in the forum to be entered for a chance to win a copy of our new book!

Announcing new Java 11 OCP Books!

Jeanne and I are thrilled to announce that we are releasing Java 11 OCP books early next year. Yes, you heard that right, books plural, as in more than one! In fact, we’ll be releasing two new books, along with a complete set edition.

We’ll post links where you can preorder the books as soon as they are available!

These books have been carefully written and include the most important information you need to know for the Java 11 OCP exams. While we are quite proud of our Java 8 books, there’s a lot of new material required for the exams including modules, var, and custom annotations just to name a few.

If you’re thinking of taking the new exams prior to the books’ release, we recommend reading our posts detailing our experiences taking the exams:

In short, if you’re comparing the first exam (1Z0-815) to the older OCA 8 (1Z0-808) exam, don’t. They are quite different and the difficulty level has definitely been increased. We expect both books to be available in early 2020. In fact, we’re nearly done writing the first book already!